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Museum of Western Film History

The Museum of Western Film History is dedicated to preserving the Heritage and History of the Iconic "Cowboys," Men & Women in American Western Film.

The museum's 10,500 square feet of exhibits and an eighty-five seat "State of the Art" movie theater offer visitors a unique visual experience, that documents and interprets the cultural heritage and deep historic roots of one of America's indigenous and colorful personas as portrayed in Western cinematic film history through film programs, artifact preservation and exhibits including interpretive projects and displays.

Contact Information:

Museum of Western Film History
701 S. Main Street 
Lone Pine, CA 93545
Telephone: 760-876-9909
Email: wrangler@lonepinefilmhistorymuseum.org

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